The Eucalyptus Tree is a flowering evergreen tree or shrub in the Myrtaceae family of myrtle trees.
There are over 700 different species of eucalypts, with most of them native to Australia.
It can grow up to 10 metres (33 feet) tall.
It is a single-stemmed tree, with smooth, hard, rough, or stringy bark. The fruits of the Eucalyptus Tree are called gumnuts.
The leaves are waxy or glossy green, usually forming pairs on opposite sides of a stem.
The flowers have fluffy stamens which can be white, cream, yellow, pink, or red.
Photographed in Canberra and the Adelaide Hills in Australia 2011-2017.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls